Tag: "Torche"

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idobi Howl Featured Playlist – Week of March 16th, 2015

March 21, 2015 | By B Lo

We had great expectations for Psycroptic when “Echoes to Come” was released as a single November 2014. Then again,  Psycroptic‘s self titled is their second full length since 2008 (sixth overall). Fans are accustomed to waiting for the Tasmanian death prog quartet, and they were awarded again in 2015. Perhaps there is broader commentary to […]

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idobi Howl Featured Playlist – Week of March 9th, 2015

March 11, 2015 | By B Lo

The Agonist  steps  their way from third to first in three weeks, a feat no other band has achieved in approximately six months of publishing a playlist. Eye Of Providence marks the debut of Vicky Psarakis who joined The Agonist after Alissa White-Gluz replaced Angela Gossow in Arch Enemy.  The moral of this story?  These […]

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idobi Howl Featured Playlist – Week of March 2nd, 2015

March 5, 2015 | By B Lo

We try to keep our featured tracks as hype-free as possible. Our playlist should  reflect the very best (and ideally, newest) metal and hardcore out there right now.  That’s why we waited for Stick To Your Guns‘ Disobedient release week to pass before we revisited the album for consideration at the top of our featured […]

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idobi Howl Featured Playlist – Week of February 23rd, 2015

February 25, 2015 | By B Lo

We try not to get carried away with industry talk but Torche should be commended for superb timing with the December release of “Minions”, the first single from Restarter out this week. Relapse Records took advantage of the music industry’s slowest season and the track kicked around Howl’s playlist for three months since. The Agonist […]


Hot Water Music announce Northeastern winter dates

October 15, 2013 | By Hannah Pierangelo

Hot Water Music will be going on a short, 5-date tour this December, with support from Torche and O’Brother

Concert Reviews Featured News

Coheed and Cambria excites sweltering New Yorkers

May 28, 2010 | By Jamie McGrath

Coheed and Cambria came, sold out the Central Park SummerStage and rocked so hard a man projectile vomited Wednesday. Though fans were nearly melting, their intensity never skipped a beat.